Today's Football Weekly Extra sees joined by James Horncastle , Barry Glendenning and Jacob Steinberg , who was at the London Stadium to witness the events on and off the pitch following West Ham's win over Chelsea. The Hammers will face Manchester United in the EFL Cup quarter-finals after United got a much-needed win over a much-changed City.
The podders reflect on a humiliating return to Stamford Bridge for José Mourinho. Plus, City's winless run continues, Liverpool host Tottenham in the EFL Cup, and AC Milan beat Juventus
Today's Football Weekly Extraaaa has on lead vocals with Owen Gibson , James Horncastle and Philippe Auclair doing the harmonies. We begin with the Champions League and an extremely unhappy homecoming for Pep Guardiola as his Manchester City side were walloped 4-0 by Barcelona.
The podders look back on the weekend in the Premier League and preview all the big Champions League ties, including Manchester City's trip to Barcelona. Plus: Mauro Icardi's own goal, and plastic pigs stop play at Charlton
How long will Gordon Strachan remain in charge of the Tartan Army after dire performances against Slovakia and Lithuania? Plus, new manager, same old problems for England; and previews of all the weekend's games in the Premier League, including Liverpool v Manchester United
The podders assess England's win over Malta and the rest of the international action: is this the beginning of the end for Wayne Rooney? Plus, Steve Bruce looks set for Aston Villa - but is the Championship's gain literature's loss?
It's the year 5777, and on today's Football Weekly, is joined by fellow jetsetters Barry Glendenning , Iain Macintosh and Jacob Steinberg . We begin with Tottenham's fabulously impressive victory over Manchester City and wonder how far this Spurs side can go?
On this especially quiet of footballing weeks, you may wonder what's on the agenda for today's Football Weekly Extra, featuring the assorted talents of , Barry Glendenning , James Horncastle and Simon Burnton . Well, wonder no more We begin by hearing from Owen Gibson about the fallout at the FA from the Sam Allardyce fiasco.
On today's Football Weekly Extraaaa, is joined by Barry Glendenning , Simon Burnton and Paul MacInnes to reflect on a cracking midweek of EFL Cup action. Manchester United survived a scare at Northampton to set up a fourth-round derby with City, Spurs didn't miss Harry Kane one bit as they blew past Gillingham, and Dmitri Payet did what he did best to break the hearts of Accrington.
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Selecting a term
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